Luca Veggetti

Born in Bologna, Italy in 1963 and trained at La Scala in Milan, Luca Veggetti began his career as a choreographer and stage director in 1990. Turning his interests toward contemporary music, experimental forms, and new technologies, he has collaborated with some of today’s most important ensembles and composers. His work has been produced and presented by leading theaters, companies, and museums around the world including The Drawing Center, Works & Process at the Guggenheim, the Metropolitan Museum of Art and La Cité de la Musique in Paris. Notable productions include Iannis Xenakis’ Oresteia and Kaija Saariaho’s Maa at the Miller Theater in co-production with the Guggenheim’s Works & Process, a series of creations for the Martha Graham Dance Company, NOTATIONOTATIONS for the Drawing Center, Toshio Hosokawa’s operas Hanjo at Tokyo’s Suntory Hall, The Raven for the first New York Philharmonic Biennial, Kaija Saariaho’s The Tempest Songbook at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Recent productions include Left-Right-Left, a co-production by the Japan Society in New York and the Yokohama Noh Theater, Iannis Xenakis’ Kraanerg for the Teatro Comunale in Bologna, Watermill, a new vision of Jerome Robbins’ iconic theater piece for the Next Wave Festival at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, Tanto quanto dura il soffio: per Bruno Munari a choreographic installation for the Setagaya Art Museum in Tokyo.